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Mattia Zoppellaro

Mattia Zoppellaro

LUOGO Lampo Milano, Via Valtellina 5, 20159 MILANO, MI

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He studied photography at the IED in Milan from 1999 to 2002.
In 2003, after 2 years of work experience at the Photography department of Fabrica (Benetton’s Communication Research Center), he moved to England where he began shooting for various magazines and music labels. At the same time he realizes various personal projects, from social reportage (Irish Travellers, Kosovar Refugees, African Witch Hunters, Homeless in Hackney, Maximum Security Prisons in Northeastern Italy), costume (Religious Ceremonies in the South, Milan Sex Fair) and on youth movements (European Rave Parties, Mexican Punk, Dakar Hip Hop Scene). In October 2015 he inaugurated the solo exhibition “Heroes?” within the Outdoor Festival in Rome. In March 2016 he inaugurated his solo exhibition “Scratches” at Traffic Gallery in Bergamo. In September 2017 he published his first book “Appleby” about Irish travelers, published by Contrasto. The same project is exhibited at Cortona On The Move in 2016, at Spazio Forma, where it opens in September 2017, at Festival Portrait(s) in Vichy (2018) and at Traffic Gallery in Bergamo (2018). In March 2019 he exhibits at MIA Photofair in Milan the work “Appleby.” In January 2020 he exhibits at Arte Fiera di Bologna The projects “CCCP” and “Straight Outta Pikine.

His images have been exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery in London, Photo España, Cortona On The Move, Portrait(s) of Vichy, Paris Photo, Italian Cultural Institute in London, Fabrica in Treviso.

He collaborates with publications and clients including: Fendi, New York Times, Jeep, County Of Milan, Louboutin, Rolling Stone, Vanity Fair, Sunday Times Magazine, Financial Times Weekend, El Pais Semanal, L’Espresso, D La Repubblica, GEO, M Le Magasin Du Monde, GQ, Les Inrockuptibles, Mojo, NME, Sportweek

He currently lives between Milan and London.

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